Cox cited a recent article that transfobisch behaviour to the police in the V. S. reveals
Laverne Cox is baffled and shocked after it was revealed about the way in which police officers victims of transgender murders treat. This was revealed by a new report. The star of Orange Is The New Black shared Monday on social media was genomeneen research ProPublica that transphobische practices in investigations on the light brought, and urged police officers to do better in dealing with the death of trans women.
They are called special police in the Jacksonville, Baton Rouge and Tyler, Texas, three sections of the report with name and surname were mentioned. In the article it was suggested that the agents in 74 of the 85 cases, the identity of the victims of trans’s were not able to determine.
The ProPublica article suggested that many police department rules and regulations are not have when they have to do with transgender people, and in many cases to use police officers transfobische language such as “transvestites” when reporting incidents.
Cox also tells about her own problems, the psychological and emotional difficulties and challenges and that they daily experienced as a black trans woman in New York.
“While I to this report from ProPublica, the las, I cried for all murdered transgender people and people who have to deal with direct, cultural and structural violence”, she added. “I cried because I myself have not allowed. I cried for all the violence that I have in my own life have experienced.”
“I’ve been saying for years that the wrong gender to use for a trans person is an act of violence. I’m angry, sad, and enraged that the police in Florida and other places that no policies have to geslachtsidentiteiten of trans people to respect when they are killed. This deception and the doodsbenaming impede the investigation of these murders. Injustice on top of injustice!”, said Cox.